Piece of paradise

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Former residents helping out as Harvey hits home

Schwartz, McKinley supporting student victims of Texas hurricane.

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Piece of paradise

Tom McBride has done wonders in his little piece of paradise. Every year the Rochelle resident plants vegetables and flowers on four plots of land he rents through the Rochelle Garden Club.

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St. Paul students have a ‘fun’ run

Sunny skies and bright young faces filled Atwood Park early Friday for St. Paul’s third annual Fun Run. The school-wide event, organized by the PTL (Parent Teacher League) brought the students outside for cardio and strength training activities mixed with plenty of fun.

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Answering the call

Following the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, donations and assistance have been coming from all across the country. Rochelle resident Mandy Hale answered to call for help, recently returning from a three-day trip to Houston.

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Reviving Rochelle

Signs are around town, bracelets can be spotted on wrists and prayers are being lifted up throughout the community. Leaving many asking ‘What is Revive Rochelle?’

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Ward receives Cederholm Award

Curt Ward received this year’s Cederholm Award on Sunday during Creston Booster Days.

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Walmart remodel project underway

More self checkout aisles being added.

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Grant helps fire department acquire equipment

Zach Oltmanns, a member of the Lynn-Scott-Rock Fire Department, recently took the time to apply for a community investment grant with the Canadian Pacific Railway Company.

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Kish College gives back to students

Kishwaukee College is proud to announce the establishment of the Student Success Scholarship. During their regularly scheduled meeting on Sept. 12, the Kishwaukee College Board of Trustees unanimously voted to approve a Student Success Scholarship that gives back to the students enrolled for the 2017-2018 school year.

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Additional Articles

  • Williams to present at UW-Whitewater research day

    Darryl Williams, from Rochelle, is among the student undergraduate researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater who will present their projects at the James R. Connor University Center Hamilton Room on Tuesday, Sept. 26, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.